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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 February 1866

TERMS-$1,50 FOR SIX j~ e o0f ~j4 efj BDTLSi..GREK KONTHS, A'N ADVANCE V I( P U VOLUME II. NRWBERRY, t. C., WVEDNESDAYS rEBRUnt4,16.NUBR7 THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDkY, At Newberry C. H., 3y THOS. F. & t. I. GRENEMMY EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS, $1,50 FOR X MONTHS, EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. tPayment reqrired invariably in advance.) Advertisement s inserted at $1,50 per square, for trst insertion, $1 for each subsequent insertion. )arr'sge notice., Funeral invitations, Obituaries, and Communications of personal interest charged a advertisements. SOFTLY-GENTLY. From my kanuseipt. Turn 'it softly, lift it gently, gently lift the infant head, -aint and fainter comes the breathing, now its prattling life is sped. Softly, softly; gently, gently ; do not wound the Ppirit's there, Angels guard the little sleeper, every zephyr pants with prayer. Sold them lightly, lightly fo:d them. ild the hands upon its breast, Clothe it purely, clothe it saintly for its final ho...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 February 1866

S (-a Carr.' ' 'a 0g,mrier. Th U p o .ie a i woht.ion of thle fifth Set cti0n of tnh.e new Fx IF ' 3u;eau Sill. The freedmln are to occp'y th p?ltations t1 o years, to begzi frw%i* the 1- i .allarY, 1S6, Unjle-s by A w% Itten agre beee the on er and the occupnt, dh-i Uh om :-oe of the Btne, th 'ueeupan .-.eender the planta tion :i vhieb '. e endowed by t!V Gvr::tun ayare n oe where else. Af th n ves he Governent is to rd forzy er trct for each of the n-gro setlers; un!s, which is moe probab e, the occu-tnts thvin receive a title in fee from the Goveruet. Where the Governnont. is to c-t th l3a promised to the negroes is a quws:lun. T:i Gov ernment. owns some swa:a.*: innd4a ri somethir .tracts of p lbi ud i. the Soml,-rn States, an11d, besides, is to parehase three millons o' acre tinder the ?il,.for vagoo:id f ue:nn and reia -ees. - General Sherman informed citizens of Swih C.-oina now he:-, that his order of the 1-5th January, 1S65, when he w us on his march to 9ive posession o* tl...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 February 1866

FISKS iMetalli( C HE subscriber has just received a celebPAted manufaicturer, which a paderns, and of elegant Rosewood fin the pulblic.~ He takes this occasion to s .,-lusivelv for cash, and seing them at thatno ortMrs for the above Cases will Xewberry, S. C., Feb. 14-7-tf tg the MERCIANTS 07 THE SOUTHIV The undersigned, Wholesale Dealers, advise fou of the fact that Charleston is again a market for the purchase of goods, and in view of the * y, openingof the spring trade, we beg to so liq-the resumption of the patronage so liberally estendedfo this:market in the past. We are aVare that many old and respected fums wiiUbmissed from-our number, but many, senbilar names will be found in new associations, -May to supply the wants of the Trade, as of iort and other old and new firms will be added ty our number at an early - day. The cash and shorteredit system having been universally ad)pt edini al the Northern markets, we are necessari Ijiompelled to adopt a like system as the only saeo...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 February 1866

Letter from Bill Arp. ATLANTA, May 22, 1864. Ys. EorrT :"Reote, ofrended, melan kollyl siox," as s.,ineomy ved, i am now seek in a Iog in somt vast u% iierneSS, a 1one0y roost on srme O0keefeenukee swamp, where the fowl invaders cannot, travel, cor their pontoon btiJges phloat. 11 Mr. Shakspeere were cor rect when he writ that "sweet are thejnice of adversity," then it are reasonable to suppose that me and my f-aks and many others must have sweeutin to- spare. When a wan is aroued in the dI of night, and siells the approach of the fuwl invader ; when he feels koz,strained to change his base and bekuni a runagee from his. horC, leavinl t>ehind him all those neces-a-ry things which hold body and soul together ;when he looks, perhaps the List time, upon his lovely home where he has been for many d&ightful yeais raisin ebildren and chickeus, strawberries and peas, lie soap and inyuns, and all sich. luxuries of this sub Iinary life; when he imagines every onlistial .sound to be th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 February 1866

TtRMS-$1,50 FOR Six c o e l fil e i 3s 'CIU' EDIORs o IfEfER MONTHS IN ADVANNCE.EWBERRY, S. C.WEDNESDAY, FERUAY 186. NUMBER8 VOLUME II. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAYI,166 UBR8 THE H ERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEM9 EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. ERMS, $1,50 FOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. '(Payment required invariably in advance.) Advertisements inserted at .1,50 per square, for 9rst insertion, -1 for each subsequent insertion. Uarr'age notices, Funeral iuvitations, Obituaries, knd Communications of persoual interest charged ks advertisements. Counting House Calendar for 1866. - I -1 3Jj 4 5 6 1 4 56 7 7 8 9I1W01112j13. 81 91011! 12!13 14 4 11 i617 18119!i2i 15 1 - 17 1119 j20 21 ->3 4 6 27 2 2 425 2 7 28 -2 230131 -1- 2 30 1 - 1li 31 - - 1 2 .3 4 4 5 6 7, 8 91 10t 51 6 7 8 9111ulI 111 12 lS 14 15 16 17;: 12 13 1415 16 17 18 S18 1920 21 22'23 24 5 19 201 21 22'23 24 25 252f2t8 26!27.28129 .30 .31 - 2 126 2...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 February 1866

Rem*.,~~~ a i-- c l and the Me!rr m w h re in". when the prti- s oc de '' bled there, were as lne L in d Puritanism could or woa!d lve e Pu pr haps a banIred yva!- ago :i n pima 1: nd. These games or plays were sach a Vieh'i - forefathers in imerry Eughod at Ch is "Blind Man's Buff;" "' erbs ; * "Third. Man ;' "Move the U-it':e, .arni:ure -.many others too tedous to me'i. A entewed into these pastines with a heary z , and'aphilanthropist would have looted on wIth cmplaceny at so much healthCul Eyetv and bappiness. The fireside in the dra%wing, r.om presented an attractive specta as its hi was reflectes upon so iany itrthful faces , which plahly said, "away duli care." T7- :'mements Nere were agreeably inesper e atms by the itroduction of such refreshm.n as p -ake with the most delirhti'! grape wir.s an: cordialk or a recess would he c it 'd for wh t we fijoin -ed to the dining rmom to par:ak of eg io the feathery lightness a-nd pungcnev of wh;i we:e most agreeable to the palate. Her...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 February 1866

FISICS Metalli TH subscoier has just received a ocelebrateu manufacturer, which a patterns, and of elegant Rosewood fin tke public. He takes this occasion to I tlusively for cash, and selling them at that no orders for the above Cases will the cash. Newberry, S. C., Feb. 14-7-tf A OR'INASCE, Io raie supplieszfor ti 7t e f Nezr6crry, for the year vf o-ur Lwrd eighteen hundred and six A it Ordaited, by the Intendant and Wa*ns gf the Town of Newberry, in Council assembled and by the authority of the sine, That a Tax, of the sums and in a manner here bmnter nientioned, shall be raised, and paid to the Clerk of the Council of said Town for the ue of said Towa Cuncil of New berry-that is to say: TWIve-and a half cents, aidt,alorew, on eve rybunared dollars of the assessed value of all *eW estate lying within the corporate limits of he said To'vn; One dollar per head on all male ,re4dents of said Towu, between the ages of twen ty.one and sixty years, except such peron or per sons as shall ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 February 1866

A G-OD JOrE.-Our readers will enjoy the stvic in which it is related, not less than the joke, which occurred in the South Carolina fouse of DelegatCs a short time since: The C.lamlia correspondent of the Charles ton im dcares that while the appropria tion bill was under consideration, a certain TepresentLative from Newberry, who is "a chronic case;" in the Legislature, and whom every one who was connected with that body at any period ten years before the war, will remember as the scarnation of good humor, and reco-nize under the familiar name of "Cr is," moved that an appropriation of three silver doliars be made for the wifu of the door keeper, to her own exclusive use and benefit. The uith of the fun lies in the anecdote which tie oki gertlenan referred to, who, by the way, is a gallant old soldier, and has a kindly heart under a pretty rough exterior, tell on himnself as follows: It seem-is that some years since, being a lit tle given to cock-fighting, (which he can't help, as he...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 February 1866

a.- r-2.- - AA PT NEK ER. MONT'S, IN ADNk.' NEWTEY S. C.. WE)N ED FEYAF V f N Di I9. VOLUJ , 1I is PL'BLISiED E\~E:' WThN1CE .'6, By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER. ED 11ro P;s A r 1P:. S. TERI, F1,5 F <R N M NT EITHERi IN CURRIENCy UR IN PRU\iSIUN. 'Pay:zent reqired inv:r-tA.v in dance.) Advertiseme:::s ilre a: ,., per Zj".re, for first insertionl, 'l fo eneb doi.en m on iarr'age noticv-, : vi: .u., bi:r and Commun ic;.:s 0 pcrsO at."'erest ch ed as advertise : ents. Countin IlIuse 'Calendar for 1.S60'. O-Cf 1! '2 i. 2' .5 C *7. S; 1I 1 4 14 1 1 17 Is i 4 5 '1 12 1 1 4 7 8A 19 2, 2:: 2.51 24 27 2S - - - - - - 1 1 1 i 12 -- 'i 7 6.7 6 7 SS 4 5 T 2 o 21 22 Intervi'M Beln-f-tn can..t 1' and Coiorod oi. 'From the Wai.: t w e tak-.e the iniel.c tion onl the 7t e up as f.!!n'r. eo T. Do~wn -Z - land Statc, : 1 . i lanld ;'J"hn Jone. -! of the Ditr-t 1 n \ of South ('Cro2ia h - per, of Pemnn" - . -I 'nI Alexander D)uiU: I a. :t a m' 1A.pper, (n hie a.4 '' D)ouglass4 s;.'ko as f.AM 44 :'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 February 1866

THE WEEKLY HERALD. NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednsay Morning, February 28, 1868. Look out for the cross x mark. (T Renew your subscr4ptiont. Vr. Nithan Hunter, o1 Jjlappa, will accept our thanks for:* lot tf onion buttons. We regret to have lost the presence in our town of the courteons officers of the4.& C. R.R., Nues. LasSo.lle, Southern and Carrington. The fureau has been returned to Co umbia. The Vow0. The President has bravely met the issue with radicalism. He has vetoed the Freedmen's St reau Bi and the senate sustains him. We will pbbah.the message ii Itll in our next paper. , Dath of Gen. Stephen Elliott We regiet to learn the death of the distin guished Gen. Stephien Elliott. He had but re cently accepted an appointment on the S. G. Death. -We are pained to learn the death of our young -tknd, the Rev. J. E. Watson, recently in charge of hibe Methodist Church here. He was a young ma of enlarged views an-i of a most engaging abd generous disposition. - Laurens and Newberry Hack Lin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 February 1866

F AC iSK s Metallii THE subscriber has just receix"ed a eetebrated manufacturer, which pkt&Wes, and of elegant Rosewood fin ibi. He. takes this occasion to elusively for cash, and selling them at that uo orders for the above Cases vill the cash. Newberry, S. C., Feb. 14-7-t' NEW ADDITIONS SOF resh Stock!! hare added a great manyt useful articles to our Variety Stock, already on hand, Viz: oIY 1000DS A few pieces of SPRING PRINTS, Brown rting, Seaisland Shirting, a few Spring and Sobr ba1morais, and Spring & Summer gtol es, Misses and Children; Cuffs and forLadie ; also, 6 gr. Brown Sheeting, - JBKw and 'Brown Denims, and cheap Pant Goods for Gents. Fine and Common Irish Linen, Si k & Co4uon Pocket Handkerchief,, Cauva-s for Pants. GROVEBIE _ . Sgar, Extra (0. Yellow; Crushed, Powdered mA Brown, splendid Coffee, Brown and Black Tox, Pewpr, Spice, Ginger, Mackerel, Chiee, Orackert, %ap, Candles, Starch, Nutinegs, Brim aee u e ider Vinegr, Extract Edgwpoo, Co-nStarch, Table...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 February 1866

FOR THE Ei.n. Do you Remember? Do you remember now, dear love, The happy time we ha.i b we :I'SE t1jet- in days ofyore, And our young bearts were gLd? And do you ever think, deir one, Of whom you told your love; When the moonlight made the earth bright, And the solt stars shone above. .he moonlight nade the grim old earth Most twanteous to see; kut in thy heart the Star of Love Shone brighter still for me. Then, n my heart a twin-born star Arose in that calm hor. And, I*-f that time, we both haTe felt The aiu of its power. We-looked into each oter's eyes, And there those stars shone bright, We knew we loved each other thcn, Yet saddened at the sight. We saw that stern old Fate arose, 'Twi%t-vou and I he came, I feLt that I must not love you, I know you felt the same. For duty called you from me then, The summons you obeyed, You went from mne-but well I know You gladly would have stayed. -tWetiied to feel there still was hope In tine that was to be, We could t:ot cheat our wayward he...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 March 1866

- -- * IN. ADVACE - - -- * -. - --- ---: - . t-e -- - - VOI-,U- Ell.T. F. GNEENBERRY SD aRS$ 0FOR SIX eb f to t I ~ O ? oyet) - EDI-rs 1R. UI. GRERKELk a XOITUS, ADVANCE. VOUMdE II.- NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1866k NUMBEWrr7 -. HE HERALD IS PURLM&ED EVERY WEDNESDAY, -M Newberry 0. H., yTO.F. & R. E.GENER RDIib%s AND PROPMIETORS. ERXS,. $1,5FOR SIX -ONTHS, EITHEK -,N OURR CY OR IN PRON ISIONS. ayment required invariably in advance.) Advertisementainserted at $1, 50 per square, for rtk insertion, $1 for each subsequent insertion. arf age notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, ad Communications of personal interest charged Ia AdveMisaients. Sweet Hope. the smiling and thxe weeping, -sball be soon; yond the waking and the sleepi, Saand the sowing and the reaping, I shall-be soon. - ove;.esfiand home Ve~t hope! *-i-tarry not but come ! S-Dey-nd the blooming and the f&ing, I shall be soon. Beyon-d the shining and the shading, Beyond te.hoping- and the dreading, I...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 March 1866

7ML S8, laterna Revenue, License, Tax and Stamp Dutes--Important fur eter ec The following table, carefully prepared fromI the general Federal Tax Laws, will be found ezeedingly iktereating and important to all a ofitiens. Cut it out and preserve it: #ATs o? IuCESIL Wh msle delr,$501 Retail Aeier 10 f Retait Liquor Dealers, 25 Horse Demlers, 10 Livery Stable Keepers, 10 Inteligeoe Office, 10 Insuraace Agent,- 10 Auctioneers, 10 Maufacturer,. . 10, Brokers, 10 Commercial Brokers 10 Distillers, 50 Brewers;, 5 Pedlers with more than two horses, 50 Pedlers with two horses, 25 Pedlers with one horse, 15 Pdlers on foot, 10 Apothear% To Pho t, 101 Tobacconisti. 20 Coal Oil Distilers, . 10 Butchers,- 10 Bowling- AWey!, 101 Bilhard mbes, 10 Iating Rouses, 15 10 Coniectioners, 10 KLawyers, -1 Physicians, 10 Cliim Agents, 30 Real E.,tate Agents, 10 Inurance Agents, 10, Conveyones 10& Hotes according to rent or estimate value of property. STAMP DV.rIs On Notes, for every hunared or frac tio...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 March 1866

A. Yff-Ular'convocation of Signet Chap 4-rl.8R.-. A.. M.-., will be held on Monday, Mareb 12th. Punctual .dodanceisrequested. By order of the M.-. -* ' X JA1LARKIN, Secretary. oh 7-10-1 L Penmanship. 1jW.WCSUe will pen aWriting School at JL bibeikenu on Monday next, (5th March.) u i&ktaequire proficiency in this g,4aare -wijing to avail tbemselves of iedappannity; are .requested to make applica ot- diisth meek,.as it is desirable that all haidu~ boLprewet at the opening of the school. 2 ted wMbe culy *1 be received. Hours tmagid to suit the classes. Terms moderate. - -R. T. CAPERS. Eige-tf. Notice. LU,pe"Ww-.jmving,demands-against the Es aeJON STERLING and GEORGE F. mLns , Deceased, will please present to me ufhemands, properly attested, on or before lbtl%h day of Marb next. L Z. LAKE, Ex'or of John .Sterling. and Adm'r of George F. Sterling, Dec'd. Yeb. 21, 8-4t. 're&s-Making, &c. RS, S. F. JONES would respectfully inform the Ladies of New berry that she can be LMrs. Ed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 March 1866

STATE OF TEE COUNTRY. SPEECH OF TIIE PRESIDENT TO VIRGINIA. Mr. aldwin, Speaker of the House of Dele gates, as chait man of the committee, presented the resolutions, and delivered the following ad dress on behalf of the committee: AnDRss Or MI. BALLWIN. Mv. President-We are a %on, iittee of Sena tors and Delegates, sent to present you, in per son, certain resolutions which have received the the unanimous approval of the Gener.l Assembly of Virgitia. - We come as representatives sent by one of the States of this Union, to confer with our Constitutional Presideixt in regard to rtters affecting the common godd, and thereforeiof in terest to all the States and all the people. We eome to you, Mr. President, for the reason tht you recogaize our covnmon interest in the Gov ernment under which we live, and because thus far we have been denied the constitutional means of communication by which other States and other people mike known their opinions, purpo ses and teelings in the councils of ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 March 1866

V - - - - - ~ .-*).- .~ ~ - - - 19 ~-'~ - S 1- - F ? - - - -, ~-, -~ -~ I -~ I - - '*( -. 4 __;,- I tONTHS,IN ADVASJEj 1 -- ED1TOMS~~ - 1,5~FOR SiX ~ebo~e~ jo ~e ~is ~ of ~f~ftiI Thf1~e~e&. .~. u~ ~ - ~ ~LUME II. - NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1866. - NUMB~R i-HER-ALD -ooPBLISURED EVERY WEDNSDAY, -At Newberry V. I., A~TQ ND PRO?PRM R S 1,50 FOR SIX MONTS, EITHER CURRENY OR IN PROVISIONs. *ment qtred invariably in advance.) ments inserted at $1,50 per square, for T for each subsequent inertion. grrte notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, ad C nmunications of personal interest charged as . 1frsident's Speech, y4t the most inposing popular demon W.~ , r witnessed in the Federal Capi ta,to plce on Thursday last, at Grovers ugti i'u that -city. The spacious building to overflowing from pit- to dome, he proceedings, tw- large outside er -simnultaneously ad*esved by enkers. The afrair was not a - strationin any sense, but a spor. tneous oot-pouing of the entire resident ;v...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 March 1866

U s WziPpo eAsr-As wmatteiof general igisist anZrecord, we have obtained and pub Sfat the reqtest of many readers, copies of a oial orders in the above case: OFFICE JAI. COMMANDAT, Charleston, S. C., February 19, 1866. -Ve*. Frank Geise, 64tA N. Y. V. V.; Provost 1Lrau ssisT-I have the honor to enclose here -*i&* Popy f a communication from the Sheriff he city of Charleston, stating he will appear --bisArrow morning at 10 o'clock, A. M., at this ik-finlet on civ'l prisoner Fox, confined here -for kareeny, the thirty-nine lashes whiich was re - wavscd him, by sentence of Judge of the General S iOns. Yo~ur communication of the 17th inst., :j*ating -to tly prohibition )f the same by order pf-BigaderO-General Bennett, commanding Post, wIN be carried out to the letter by me. I furnish -is !foniation and a copy of the communica ten for the information of the General. - - - I ai, Lieutevant Very respectfully, Your obedijt servant, THOMAS J. ROBINSON, Capt 54th N. Y. V. V., omd'g City, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 March 1866

$ By IRATT JAME8& G-0 IW N G respectfuHIy ainounces to Ie (ezes of N'ewbery, anad surroand U&,tq4nef IrI l Nqre d ,to. d 7usW104drw XA WPTaftes, Moulding and Cornice, Plaininig, and Grooving, and all kinds of Scroll %beAhor kwtice., erms Cash. . CLIE. WWWEW SOHIRMERI AUCTIONEERS O"neral ommission AND ORWIBARDING MERCWANTS, - o'. mia bii & 1S. C. AYI[NG licated themselves at this pont- for nsaatian qf the above nanAed. busi ofn t*nignmnents :'of alrptios'either for publi& paid to to the.Sale of Real Aoving a large and commodious Brick Ware we ar prepared to receive, store and for,, AMAWALTER & CO, aoimmssken Merchants US KNA VENTS, Nffri iTLARTIC WHARF, LESTON, SO. CA. r, I WALTR & SON. L WALTKE. *oi.7. WA=r.. WM. J. MCCONAC. Branch at Columba, S. C. * ar.14, 11-3m. R* (LE8ALE GROCERS, V IRMIT DEALERS, 8s flasel street, CHARESTON, S. C. ?u. reived 'a'assig'ft of Hel}ow Ware, Chains, and a fiat assoa tmnent of Crockery e & ColumbiaRailroad. 1 R YIIAL SUPERI...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 March 1866

Thorts on a Ided -oka. BY-I JL-JnXZ& SNOOZ&~ Ia looking over my trunk one da i t outo a old boka -rmumegitly thorts eone into my bed &thus to, the boka I sed Toor dried up thing what made a faid And rinkle up like a old made What made u luze your sweet perfume W hich u had ubout'the middle of gune. Aiss what a lessen in u lyza -Tn all ha see u with thare ize But moa.st of.a*l shud the fare seek learn wizdoni from u I expeck. Thare phorms so phare and plump- t-se Like ded roaz leves will dryd-up bee Thare shu'ders whiuh. they sho ro awr. Will then be kivered with a shorl. 7hare round bare arms so very whyte Will then be hid clean out of site And various other of theer man killem Will.be conseeled by phyne mantiller. Te Resolations Adopted at he Great Meeting .n Washington. The following are the resolutions reprted Qy the Hon. Charles Mason, and unanimously adopted at the meeting held in Washington on the,22d February': Rwsolc6d, That on this anniversary of the birth-day o...

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